Luxury Cars

Parked Since ’68: Rare 1958 Pontiac Bonneville

Yeah, its rusty and rough and in need of a complete restoration, but it’s still a desirable ‘58 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe with three rare factory options: Air Conditioning, Air Suspension, and the Sportable Transistor Radio (that you could… more»

Rare French Classic: 1960 Facel Vega HK500

Facel was a French company that initially provided steel components and coachbuilding services for other vehicle manufacturers. It began producing its own vehicles in 1954, rolling out its first handbuild Vega HK500 in 1959. Our feature car rolled out… more»

Package Deal: Pair of 1967 Chrysler Imperials

For all you fans of “package deals,” here’s a pair of Chrysler Imperials from the same model year. One is a 2-door hardtop (3,235 built) and the other is a convertible (577 built, so pretty rare). Both need work… more»

A Classic 1941 Cadillac Sedanette That Needs Some Love

To move from casual web shopper to actual bidder on old cars often involves a leap of faith. You have to imagine the rusty, dusty vehicle in the pictures as a gleaming restoration and source of pride in your… more»

Rare Beauty: 1938 Lincoln Model K Convertible Sedan

Oh, my. Talk about rarified air and serious investment-quality vehicles, feast your eyes on this rolling piece of 1938 graceful sculpture. Ever seen one? Probably not, because only 15 of these Lincoln Model K LeBaron convertible sedans were built… more»

Real Barn Find! 1953 Buick Super

Buick introduced its Super as a 1940 model full-size offering, with the emphasis geared more towards comfort levels for the passengers over the car’s performance, and in some years it was also known as the Buick Eight or Super… more»

Is the Grass Greener on the Other Side of this 1963 Thunderbird?

Sometimes, the grass is actually greener on the other side of the fence. That’s apparently the case with this 1963 Ford Thunderbird coupe, in a very literal sense (see the pictures) and in a metaphorical sense, also. We’ll unpack… more»

Bob Hope’s Car? 1961 Lincoln Continental

Lincoln redesigned the Continental in 1961, dropping the over-the-top styling that had defined the 1958-60 editions. They were more conservative in appearance but lacked none of the creature comforts that would also appeal to Cadillac and Imperial people. The… more»

28k Mile 454 V8! 1973 Chevrolet Caprice

Convertibles were on the way out at GM by 1973. They had already been dropped from the line-up of the intermediates when they were redesigned that year. And, at Chevrolet, the only full-size drop-top was now on the Caprice… more»

One-Owner Green Machine: 1972 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

For starters, how about a tip of the old lense cap to the seller for photographing this attractive green ’72 Monte Carlo on beautiful green grass with a bright blue, puffy-clouded sky as a backdrop. Well done! This is… more»

Silver Screen 1957 Studebaker Silver Hawk

I’ve always been fascinated with the Studebaker Hawk. Their low-slung styling attracts me like a magnet when I see them at car shows. Fortunately, there are several Hawks in my neck of the woods in North Carolina that I… more»

Original Survivor: 1962 Chrysler 300 Sport

For those passionate about Mopar products that couldn’t afford the considerable outlay for a “Letter Series” Chrysler in 1962, the company came to the party with the 300 Sport Series. While lacking the bells and whistles associated with its… more»

Series 62 Sedan? 1946 Cadillac

Like all the other major automobile manufacturers, Cadillac shut down car production in early 1942 to turn their focus on the war effort (WWW2). When production resumed in late 1945, the cars were carryover 1942 models, which had been… more»

Astroroof Survivor: 1985 Oldsmobile Toronado

1985 was the final model year for the third-generation Oldsmobile Toronado, and even though it was over a foot shorter than the previous generation Toronados, it would be the biggest one until the end of the line for the… more»

Italian/American Luxury Roadster: 1990 Cadillac Allante

When Cadillac introduced the Allante in 1987, the voiceover on one of their TV ads said, “It is a luxury roadster unlike any that has come before it. A Cadillac designed and hand-crafted in Europe by the designers of… more»

Rare ’66 Lincoln Lehmann-Peterson Limo

A head of state arriving in Washington during the Johnson Administration might have been whisked away in one of these. The Democrats, Kennedy included, loved Lincolns. This is a 1966 Lehmann-Peterson Lincoln Continental limousine, one of 159 produced that… more»